The problem is obvious: Information is by its nature immaterial. It is measured in bits, not kilograms or joules.
Imagine a system where heat flows from a hot region to a cold region under the constraint of the traditional second law of thermodynamics.
Unguided natural processes, according to the generalized Second Law, cannot systematically increase the information content of a closed system over time.
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Members of the evolutionary community believe that philosophical commitments supersede evidence and reason.